Bibliographic update July 2016: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

Moving on by Staying the Same
vol. 21 (1): 95-101
Blogging the Victorians for the Journal of Victorian Culture Online
vol. 21 (1): 102-111
vol. 21 (1): 1-2
The Future of Academic Journals
vol. 21 (1): 92-94
At Home and Astray: The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain
vol. 21 (1): 129-132
Notes on Contributors
vol. 21 (1): 144-146

Journal of War & Culture Studies

Naval Narratives of Re-enactment: In Which We Serve and Sea of Fire
Jonathan Rayner, ONLINE EARLY
Learning to Live with Ghosts in the Aftermath of War: On documentary strategies in Rabih Mroué’s How Nancy Wished That Everything Was an April Fool's Joke
Solveig Gade, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction: Geographies of War and Culture Studies
Soldier or Student? The Recruitment of Australian University Students in the First World War
Véronique Duché, ONLINE EARLY
The Figure of the Soldier: Discourses of Indisputability and Heroism in a New Danish Commemorative Practice
Tea Dahl Christensen, ONLINE EARLY

Labor History

A syndicalist moment? Democracy, insurgent unionism, and the ‘Outlaw Strike’ of 1920
vol. 57 (3): 390-414
A pivotal role? The AFL–CIO and the 2008 presidential election
vol. 57 (3): 299-322
Trade unions and workplace organization: regulating labour markets in the Belgian and American flat glass industry and in the Amsterdam diamond industry in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
vol. 57 (3): 415-438
Workers, parties and a “New Deal:” A comparative analysis of corporatist alliances in Mexico, and the United States, 1910–1940
vol. 57 (3): 323-346
The revival and decline of rank and file movements in Britain during the 1930s
vol. 57 (3): 347-373
Capitalism, workers organising and the shifting meanings of workplace democracy
vol. 57 (3): 374-389
The Attlee government and welfare state reforms in post-war Italian Socialism (1945–51): Between universalism and class policies
vol. 57 (2): 277-297
Recruitment and coercion in Japan’s far north: evidence from colonial Karafuto’s forestry and construction industries, 1910–37
vol. 57 (2): 215-234
Beyond trade unions’ strategy? The social construction of precarious workers organizing in the city of Buenos Aires
vol. 57 (2): 193-214
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